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Old Posted Feb 17, 2005, 11:47 PM
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Downtown LA Housing Construction: A Complete Listing

This is a complete listing for housing construction in Downtown LA.

Projects in normal type are in the planning stages.
Projects in green are under construction.
Projects in red are recently completed.

If anyone has anything to add to this list I'd appreciate it. I'll try to keep it updated as new projects are announced.

Bunker Hill/Financial District

611 Place 402
Aon Center
Colburn School
Grand Avenue Plan 2600
Library Court 90
Metro 417 277
Metro Center 90
The National 99
Pegasus 322
Park Fifth 900
Roosevelt LA Lofts 223
Total: 5003 3992 322 689

Chinatown/Civic Center

808 N Spring 93
BC Plaza 42
Blossom Plaza 169
Capitol Milling Building 300
Cesar Chavez Gardens 47
Da Vinci 650
Figueroa Terrace & College 175
Gateway Chinatown 280
Lucia 200
Mosaic 272
Orsini II 566
Orsini III 260
Yale Terrace 55

Total: 3109 2169 621 319

City West

1100 Wilshire 228
1010 Wilshire 240
Bixel St Lofts 80
Broadstone LA 204
Coronita 21
Emerald Terrace 85
The Flats LA 205
Fourth Street Lofts 10
Hartford Project 54
James Wood Apartments 61
Lorenzo 600
Mayfair Hotel 250
Northwest Gateway 276
Pacific Exchange 850
Piero 225
Seven West 62
Skyline Village 73
Trinity Towers 67
Union Point 21
Vero 234
Visconti 297
Wilshire Court I (Glo) 93
Wilshire Court II (Glo) 108
Wood Apartments 61
Total: 4344 2174 1205 965

Historic Core/Fashion District

308 E 9th St 38
810 S Spring St 93
Bartlett Building 140
Barry's Lofts 280
Broadway Exchange 68
City Front Place 135
City Lofts 35
City View Lofts 44
Douglas Building 50
El Dorado Hotel 65
Judson Rives Building 60
Lofts at the Security Building 153
Main Mercantile Building 40
Main Street Apartments 135
Medallion 200
Mercantile Arcade Building 143
Metropolitan Lofts 84
Pacific Electric Building 314
Pan American Lofts 40
Rosslyn Lofts 130
Rowan Building 203
Santa Fe Lofts 103
Santee Court I 165
Santee Court II (Cornell) 95
Santee Court II (Eckardt) 48
Santee Court II (Santee) 73
Santee Court II (Textile Bldg) 64
SB Manhattan 198
SB Spring 420
SB Tower 220
SB Tower II 550
ShyBarry Lofts 184
Title Guarantee Building 74
Tomahawk Building 7
Vibiana Place 300
Victor Clothing Lofts 38
Zen 330
Total: 5319 2606 1223 1490

Little Tokyo/Arts/Industrial

Alexan Savoy I 303
Alexan Savoy II (Artisan) 118
Alexan Savoy III 210
Barker Brothers Building 297
Biscuit Company Lofts 104
Block 8 750
Bridge Lofts 8
E2 Lofts 23
Hikari 128
Mill St Lofts 121
Molino Hewitt Gallery Lofts 297
Molino Street Lofts 30
Mura 190
Santa Fe Yards 400
Sci-Arc Lot 300
Sixth Street Lofts 63
Teramachi 127
Toy Factory Lofts 119
Total: 3588 1812 1324 452

South Park

717 Ninth 214
755 Figueroa 184
801 Grand Lofts (Sky Lofts) 132
1060 S Broadway 61
1100 Grand Lofts 66
1500 S Grand 62
Broadway Plaza Lofts 82
Brockman Building 80
Chapman Building 168
City House 182
Coulter and Mandell Building 55
Eastern Columbia Building 147
8th and Grand 875
Elleven I 176
Elleven II (Luma) 236
Elleven III (Evo) 311
FIDM 110
Fig Central 700
Fig South 648
First United Methodist Church
Gas Company Lofts 251
Glass Tower 128
Hanover Tower (717 Olympic) 156
Herald Examiner Project 589
LA Live 1000
LA Lofts 200
Metropolis 836
Met Lofts 264
Ninth and Figueroa (Concerto) 629
9th/Flower 214
9th/Hope 293
Olive Street Lofts 105
The Olympic 149
Packard Lofts 116
Reserve 78
South Village II 267
South Village III 152
South Village IV 520
The Union 91
Total: 10527 7278 2104 1145



GRAND TOTAL: 31890 20031 6799 5060

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Old Posted Feb 18, 2005, 12:58 AM
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Nice list. i think Grand ave was suppose to be closer to 2500 but either way its clearly a huge project for us.
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wow, that is very impressive... losts of tenants!
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I cleaned up the list by dividing it into neighborhoods, which makes it a lot less overwhelming. I also added a couple of projects and removed South Village I, which has been completed.
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Faaaaaaaantastic list! How many of these are actually under construction? It would be great to have a total number of units under construction vs. those planned. That would help paint a clearer picture of the downtown residential boom.
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How much housing does DTLA have already? I wanna see what the numbers looks like when you combine housing being built in addition to already existing.
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Not sure if this answers your question DJM, but it shows just how dead Downtown was. This is pulled from the 2000 Census and posted on www.losangelesalmanac.com

Downtown Communities:
Central City - 25,000
Central City East - 17,740
Chinatown - 9,029

Total pop: 51,769

With the new apartments that wouldbe over 36% population growth of DTLA.
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18,852 residencies equals approx 30,000 residents... and averaging approx $90,000 salaries.... hmmmmm this is really going to affect downtown in a good way!

Hurray!!!
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Updated from this week's Downtown News. I added some recently completed projects and removed some projects that were situated outside what I consider to be the traditional Downtown boundaries. For reference I used the interactive map at the DCBID website.

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thanks for adding those green and red highlights. they clearly and effectivly show the trends and the fact that most of these projects are proposed and yet to start. cant wait till they are all under construction. i think in 2006, were gonna see a lot of cranes in DT LA.
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Wow, I didn't know that Historic Core area was that far along! Over 1,100 units under construction, almost as many as South Park. Bobcat, thanks again for compiling all this data!!
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Bobcat, Great list! Thanks for compiling the info. The red and green totals are already pretty impressive considering downtowns recent history.

It'll be interesting to see how many of the black numbers end up being built. Not all of them will of course, but I'd bet that there will new proposals to take their place keeping the number the same, if not higher. For example, the South Group is already planning more.

(Double check the Little Tokyo total green number. I think that the Bunker Hill total green may have been accidentally included)
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Quote:
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Double check the Little Tokyo total green number. I think that the Bunker Hill total green may have been accidentally included.
Hmm, it looks right to me.

385 + 200 + 30 + 128 + 127 = 870

I did this on Excel, so all the numbers should be correct.
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Double check the Little Tokyo total green number. I think that the Bunker Hill total green may have been accidentally included.
Hmm, it looks right to me.

385 + 200 + 30 + 128 + 127 = 870

I did this on Excel, so all the numbers should be correct.
Oops, I meant Chinatown.
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Taking a closer look at the units under construction, these are the number of units expected to be completed in the next few months (from the DT News article in the DTLA construction thread):

March - 504
April - 128
May - 145
June - 277
July - 670
August - 278

Total - 2002
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Thanks!

I went ahead and changed the totals at the bottom to reflect the correction. I'll double check everything again tomorrow.

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Bobcat, i hope you dont mind, but i used your list for another thread. i quoted you of course. it was a thread for Downtown housing units across the country.

http://www.skyscraperpage.com/forum/...25#post1180725
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I've updated the list with a few new projects and revised some of the older data. It's getting hard to keep track of all the projects so if you see anything I've missed, I'd appreciate your letting me know.
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Bobcat, i dont think Elleven 1 has 417 units but i could be wrong. Also, Metropolis will definitley be higher since the new version of the project consists of three towers of 53, 47 and 38, probably somewhere around 1000 - 1500 units. Ill keep an eye out and see what i can find out about it.
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